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Rhodfa'r Mor, Nefyn, LL53 6EB, United Kingdom – Show map
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Golf course (within 3 km), Games room
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Non-smoking rooms, Non-smoking throughout
Ashley (News Agents) (514yrd) Spar (875yrd)
Pwllheli (Wednesdays) (6miles)
Various In town centre (547yrd)
The Rivals (2.5miles)
Irish Sea (328yrd)
14:00 - 20:00 hours
08:00 - 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 65 reviews
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Located in the village of Dinas, in North West Wales, the luxury Pen Llyn Bed and Breakfast is less than 4 miles from the sea.
Score from 54 reviews Exceptional
With stunning views across Snowdonia, The Lion Hotel is situated in the heart of Criccieth. The charming hotel offers home-cooked food, free Wi-Fi, free parking and a stylish bar.
Score from 231 reviews Good
Located in Criccieth, the Bodlondeb Hotel offers free WiFi in public areas and free onsite parking. Criccieth Castle is just 400 metres away.
Score from 33 reviews Very good
A Victorian seafront bed and breakfast, Seaspray Guest House is just 2 minutes’ walk from the 13th-century Criccieth Castle.
Score from 72 reviews Superb
Staff were great, very personable and attentive, making the stay enjoyable.
On my first evening when I did not know the hotel I was woken in the early hours by a group of lads who felt like they were next door. There were extremely noisy, laughing and I was very frightened. The purpose of my visit was for a funeral the next day. The noise continued the next night and I believe a window was broken, they then went on to break other things and were sick everywhere. The lads even had the cheek to laugh about the window at breakfast. I think a harder line should have been taken immediately after the first night. The staff just continued to be polite to this group of wholly disrespectful thugs.
Friendly welcome from all staff
Unable to get a hot shower for three mornings
Friendly staff and an excellent breakfast
The bed was very comfortable and the breakfast was delicious.
The hotel is very dated and unfortunately requires more than a lick of paint.
We visited the area for a special event in the locality and stayed overnight. A friendly hotel, friendly staff, very quiet location and scenic. Good for getting away from it all at a reasonable cost.
Television reception and some mobile phone signals can be difficult.
Location, food and staff were excellent
Hotel is looking a little tired and dated
Friendly staff. Superb breakfast Excellent dining room The two single bedrooms were reasonable in size with comfortable beds. Very quick to make beds and check bathroom etc. in the morning. Good carpark well away from the main road, in the hotel grounds. Good value.
No lift - lacks a stair lift or normal elevator. An old building but seemed fairly well maintained (but sticking door and windows - see below). Door to one bathroom was difficult to close but being a single room it wasn't important. Windows in one single room had old wooden frames and difficult to open. No chairs in one of the single rooms, just a stool. (the other single room had two chairs). Blown electric light bulbs in both single rooms (had to 'borrow' bulbs from nearby unoccupied rooms). Old type TV with digibox in one room.
Comfortable beds, decent sheets and towels. Good view and close to the beach. Traditional choice at breakfast but food reasonably cooked and service ok.
Old, tired, grubby in places, no attention to detail (chairs piled up in the lounge, skip in the garden) and very dated. Odd decoration in places (strange life size people in the bar area), signage tatty and unprofessional.
Exceptionally clean.lovely views. Friendly helpful staff. Very good breakfast. I felt like a guest in a home rather than a hotel. Have stayed there before and will again.
Lovely lady running the hotel. Although the place is quite rundown the bedding and table linen was spotless. Nice breakfast.
Needs updating as looks very rundown.
My first impressions were that the hotel was going to be like Faulty Towers. Instead it turned out to be a delightful, rather quirky hotel. The staff were all helpful and friendly and the food was good, wholesome and freshly prepared. The whole package was excellent value and I would certainly stay there again.
Some areas do need a facelift
Very helpfully offered my mother a ground floor room which had become vacant. Very helpful Excellent food Loved the garden
Shower on top floor poor pressure but used bathroom one instead.
The position. The food was quite good.
The furnishings and décor were all rather tired and the bathroom small.
Quite and comfortable
everything really. the owners were very friendly and their service excellent. breakfast on both days was delicious, and plenty of choice. also, as much as you want. i had one evening meal there, also delicious and very reasonably priced. very convenient location, for walking the coastal path, and for exploring more of lleyn.
The hotel's location is ideal for exploring Lleyn. Very comfortable, with very friendly staff. Enjoyed a game of putting and walking along the nearby beaches and cliff tops.
Welcoming staff & pleasant stay. Easy access to both Lleyn & to Snowdonia..Good breakfast.
Appears broadband connectivity in the area is a problem. This caused frequent loss of or no signal.
The rather tired state of the hotel. Again I say is it worth investing in updating the whole. But what I think might be a limited busy season, just keep going with a few improvements. VIVA dear Clement, I gather he loved it.
We enjoyed the friendly and helpful staff and excellent breakfast. Location is ideal for the beach round the corner. Excellent scenery and close to various places such as Abersoch
Not much to dislike
Location in a very pretty hidden part of Wales
Friendly owners & staff. Good breakfast !
Excellent location,comfortable room,good breakfast,friendly staff
Rooms somewhat dated
Could do with smartening up externally.
This charming hotel is super! Friendly and very helpful staff, lovely bedroom and bathroom,delightful 'snug' bar, excellent breakfast in its pretty dining room, beautiful gardens all round. Very quiet location but minutes from the lovely cliff walks and beach.
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